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SPRINT: hand

SPRINT: hand

By on June 15, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

two sessions. One session that was about 1 hour long, the other 30 minutes to clean up after it had dried overnight. One thing i really like about this photo taken on my graphite work bench, is this really interesting pattern. It’s making me think that I should do some wall hangings that involve this […]

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SPRINT: Horse

SPRINT: Horse

By on June 13, 2016 in Build, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

1.5 hour sprint yielded this, which promptly collapsed under it’s own weight. I ended up salvaging the top portion which is still interesting and worthwhile for glaze explorations. I’m continuing to run these one sessions sprints in the hope of developing a body of work that can be used as maquettes or models for future […]

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30 minute sculpture

30 minute sculpture

By on June 10, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

The days are so beautiful and a lack of sleep this week combined with a new workout routine combined with some pretty intense effort in the weeks prior– combine to make the desire element of work, non-existent. So I sat on my porch, in the pleasant spring eve, with a bag of clay and crafted […]

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finished

finished

By on May 27, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

Finalized the quick work. With memorial day coming won’t be starting a new work until next Thursday, but will get rolling as early as tomorrow. Works in the work? Thinking of a deep seated figure and then should do a walking figure. I also wish to make a face mold so that I can do […]

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11 day figure completed

11 day figure completed

By on May 23, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

One of the two was completed on Saturday. I realized afterwards that I had not been completely true to my model which is to make these as texture studies more than completed works. I wish to try figuratives out that represent future efforts, but to not refine them so completely that they become sacred. So […]

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God Bless the Great NIKI

God Bless the Great NIKI

By on May 20, 2016 in Philosophy with 0 Comments

If my energy could even be half of the energy of the great artists of today and yesterday my life would be incredibly blessed. Recently in Charlotte at the Bechtler Museum I tuned into the wonderful energies of Niki De Saint Phalle. I especially liked the action expressionism of her earlier relief works. I think my […]

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1 hour

1 hour

By on May 20, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

One more hour. At this rate I think I need about four more hours. It’s always the question  as to when you’ll get those cycles. I think I can get two in tomorrow morning, and another two Sunday. I should be able to roll a few more slabs out on Sunday and begin crafting my […]

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Head

Head

By on May 19, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

What’s exciting is that I have passed through the need to set the clock. Now I just think in terms of what I wish to get done, no matter how long it takes. I spent 45 minutes in the studio this morning, but didn’t get done what I wanted or needed to get done. I […]

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One day?

One day?

By on May 18, 2016 in Build with 0 Comments

Alright, I would like to be done tomorrow, but that’s probably not going to happen. Been working on other things in the house so this has not gotten all my attention over the past 6 days, however, I’ve made HUGE progress and am very pleased with this expressive process. I’ve now determined that “nose dive” […]

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Hanging Man and Seated Woman

Hanging Man and Seated Woman

By on May 17, 2016 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

I’m really enjoying this process. It takes more time than I realize to do small things. The fact that I’m moving forward at a speed where I’ll be finished with these two works in a couple more days, underscores the fact that each session in the studio has me completing parts by degrees. I may […]

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